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On the cost/delay tradeoff of wireless delay tolerant geographic routing


Tasiopoulos, Argyrios; Tsiaras, Christos; Toumpis, Stavros (2012). On the cost/delay tradeoff of wireless delay tolerant geographic routing. In: WoWMoM 2012, San Francisco, California, USA, 25 June 2012 - 28 June 2012, 1-9.

Abstract

In Delay Tolerant Networks (DTNs), there is a fundamental tradeoff between the aggregate transport cost of a packet and the delay in its delivery. We study this tradeoff in the context of geographical routing in wireless DTNs.We ?rst specify the optimal cost/delay tradeoff, i.e., the tradeoff under optimal network operation, using a dynamic network construction termed the Cost/Delay Evolving Graph (C/DEG) and the Optimal Cost/Delay Curve (OC/DC), a function that gives the minimum possible aggregate transportation cost versus the maximum permitted delivery delay.We proceed to evaluate the performance of two known delay tolerant geographic routing rules, i.e., MOVE and AeroRP, a delay tolerant version of the geographic routing rule that selects as next relay the node for which the cost-per-progress ratio is minimized, and ?nally two novel rules, the Balanced Ratio Rule (BRR) and the Composite Rule (CR). The evaluation is in terms of the aggregate packet transmission cost as a function of the maximum permitted packet delivery delay. Simulations show that CR achieves a cost/delay tradeoff that is overall the closest to the optimal one speci?ed by the OC/DC, while BRR achieves the smallest aggregate transmission costs for large packet delays and a ?xed transmission cost model.

Abstract

In Delay Tolerant Networks (DTNs), there is a fundamental tradeoff between the aggregate transport cost of a packet and the delay in its delivery. We study this tradeoff in the context of geographical routing in wireless DTNs.We ?rst specify the optimal cost/delay tradeoff, i.e., the tradeoff under optimal network operation, using a dynamic network construction termed the Cost/Delay Evolving Graph (C/DEG) and the Optimal Cost/Delay Curve (OC/DC), a function that gives the minimum possible aggregate transportation cost versus the maximum permitted delivery delay.We proceed to evaluate the performance of two known delay tolerant geographic routing rules, i.e., MOVE and AeroRP, a delay tolerant version of the geographic routing rule that selects as next relay the node for which the cost-per-progress ratio is minimized, and ?nally two novel rules, the Balanced Ratio Rule (BRR) and the Composite Rule (CR). The evaluation is in terms of the aggregate packet transmission cost as a function of the maximum permitted packet delivery delay. Simulations show that CR achieves a cost/delay tradeoff that is overall the closest to the optimal one speci?ed by the OC/DC, while BRR achieves the smallest aggregate transmission costs for large packet delays and a ?xed transmission cost model.

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Item Type:Conference or Workshop Item (Paper), refereed, original work
Communities & Collections:03 Faculty of Economics > Department of Informatics
Dewey Decimal Classification:000 Computer science, knowledge & systems
Language:English
Event End Date:28 June 2012
Deposited On:27 Apr 2012 06:37
Last Modified:27 Aug 2017 02:00
Free access at:Official URL. An embargo period may apply.
Official URL:http://www.csg.uzh.ch/staff/tsiaras/Extern/Publications/On_the_Cost-Delay_Tradeoff_of_Wireless_Delay_Tolerant_Geographic_Routing_WoWMoM_2012.pdf
Related URLs:http://wowmom2012.it.uc3m.es/
Other Identification Number:merlin-id:6948

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